Senior Airman Jacob Santiago, right, recently earned the quarterly Diamond Sharp Award. He is pictured with Master Sgt. Brenden Leahy, 375th Comptroller Squadron/WSA First Sergeant. All in all, Santiago is an outstanding leader and critical asset to the 375th Wing Legal Office. For months, he ran the entire military justice program at Scott, a position normally reserved for a Tech. Sergeant. Santiago was also instrumental in pushing the Art 15 and Discharge programs to No. 1 in AMC. In addition, he recently completed his Master of Business Administration with a 3.9 grade point average and earned the John L. Levitow Award for his leadership and academic excellence at Airman Leadership School. Then, too, Santiago volunteers as a “Big Brother” and at the Scott AFB Chapel by playing piano and leading the choir, helping him to win the Wing’s AMC of the Quarter, 2Q16.
Senior Airman Jacob Santiago, right, recently earned the quarterly Diamond Sharp Award. He is pictured with Master Sgt. Brenden Leahy, 375th Comptroller Squadron/WSA First Sergeant. All in all, Santiago is an outstanding leader and critical asset to the 375th Wing Legal Office. For months, he ran the entire military justice program at Scott, a position normally reserved for a Tech. Sergeant. Santiago was also instrumental in pushing the Art 15 and Discharge programs to No. 1 in AMC. In addition, he recently completed his Master of Business Administration with a 3.9 grade point average and earned the John L. Levitow Award for his leadership and academic excellence at Airman Leadership School. Then, too, Santiago volunteers as a “Big Brother” and at the Scott AFB Chapel by playing piano and leading the choir, helping him to win the Wing’s AMC of the Quarter, 2Q16. Courtesy photo
Senior Airman Jacob Santiago, right, recently earned the quarterly Diamond Sharp Award. He is pictured with Master Sgt. Brenden Leahy, 375th Comptroller Squadron/WSA First Sergeant. All in all, Santiago is an outstanding leader and critical asset to the 375th Wing Legal Office. For months, he ran the entire military justice program at Scott, a position normally reserved for a Tech. Sergeant. Santiago was also instrumental in pushing the Art 15 and Discharge programs to No. 1 in AMC. In addition, he recently completed his Master of Business Administration with a 3.9 grade point average and earned the John L. Levitow Award for his leadership and academic excellence at Airman Leadership School. Then, too, Santiago volunteers as a “Big Brother” and at the Scott AFB Chapel by playing piano and leading the choir, helping him to win the Wing’s AMC of the Quarter, 2Q16. Courtesy photo

Santiago earns Diamond Sharp award

October 13, 2016 12:43 PM